Sunday, March 01, 2009

[McDoC Evo-XR Mix]

Running Time: 6:01

In 1988, Three O'Clock made their last album "Vermillion" under Prince's Paisley Park Records. While their previous albums brought minor success to the band, even with the inclusion of a Prince-penned upbeat song "Neon Telephone" (under the pseudonym "Joey Coco") , the Ian Richie-produced album failed to chart. It's been described as a kind of bubblegummy-pop, and was somewhat a deviation from the psychedelic rock sound that their fans were used to. However, the 7th track from the album -- "On Paper" has been a personal favorite and an Evo-XR treatment was already in the works since last year but the early versions were not up to my liking. It was only a few weeks ago that I've come to finalize my re-edit... and here it is. Enjoy!

(The acoustic guitar intro bit was by a band called Cherry Cornflakes)

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